For Conn College dancers, arboretum provides socially distant stage
New London — Connecticut College students were able to work on a routine in person Tuesday during a Repertory Dance class at the school's arboretum.
It was the first in-person class for the group, which has been meeting virtually on Zoom up to this point to follow the school's COVID-19 guidelines, instructor Lisa Race said. Masks are required and the class will meet in person outdoors only ahead of an outdoor performance in October.
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